You come to Berkeley Haas to become a leader who is prepared to turn innovation into impact. We are here to help you identify and pursue the career opportunities that move you forward on that path.
We meet you where you are and partner with you to get you where you’re going. Our small class size means we can collaborate individually with you from beginning to end: helping you identify the industries, roles, and companies that align with your interests, offering coaching to refine your résumé and interviewing skills, and pointing you to assessment tools and resources that support your career goals.
When you are ready to start your job search, we can help you connect to the company, industry, or location that ignites your passion. That includes creating strategies to connect with companies and industries that haven’t yet recruited on campus.
Even better? Career services are available to you over the life of your career, so you can find Berkeley Haas support for every stage.
From career coaches to relationship managers, our Career Management Group supports you with a team of 40+ experts who have the skills, intuition, and connections to set you up for success. All of these partners share your goal of putting you on a path for a lifetime of leadership opportunities and impact.
Interested in making a connection with a particular recruiter? Curious about MBA hiring trends in your field? Relationship managers bring deep connections to both established firms and up-and-comers in specific industries. They can help you generate leads and understand how different companies in your target field hire and recruit.
Want help figuring out what you’re good at or where your passions lie? Or how to make the story of “you” its most compelling? Career coaches take the time to truly understand where you want to go and help you frame your career goals, refine your search strategy, and make the transition to presenting yourself as a leader in your job search. They can also support you in interviewing, evaluating offers, and negotiating.
Trying to figure out the difference between a PM and a PMM? Or how to package your experience for consulting? Industry specialists can give you insider insights and hands-on advice. They bring know-how in how to prepare a résumé, interview, and get hired in everything from consulting and financial services to social impact and product management. They can also offer networking suggestions and new ideas for target companies to consider.
Trying to get up to speed on internships? Peer advisors are second-year students who can speak to internship recruiting from recent personal experience and answer specific questions, share lessons learned, and lead mock interviews.
There is no sure way to predict where your next career opportunity will come from. That is why we offer many events throughout the year and many different ways to connect with potential employers:
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